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Pensions experts Rhys Taylor of 30 Park Place and financial planning specialist Paul Cobley discuss the changes to state pensions, how the court should approach pensions in light of pension freedoms, and pensions within financial remedies on divorce
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Oxfordshire County Council’s legal team could be saying a permanent goodbye to filing after successfully completing their first ‘paperless’ case.
In the second installment on emotional health for lawyers, Julian Hall takes a look at the behaviours that undermine our sense of wellbeing
Kirsty Bone looks back over her training contract at Jefferies Essex LLP, working with Karen Dovaston, a member of the Family Section advisory group
Tony Roe reviews the Law Society’s new title on unbundling in the family sector
We are pleased to announce a new Family Section membership benefit and offer you exclusive free access to topical webinars and monthly case notes from Family Law Hub
As a Section member, you're entitled to four webinars as part of your membership, available live and on-demand
This event will provide practical advice on setting up your own firm
This webinar, inclusive in Family Section membership for 2016, will give a practical overview and advocacy tips, including on threshold, evidence, fact-finding and expert witnesses. Listen now!
The Law Society’s Library lists precedents for bare trusts
The Law Society’s Practice Advice Service outlines responsibilities for preparting the court bundle where the applicant is unrepresented
Welcome to the October instalment of the Family Law Hub update.
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Information Commissioner’s Office says some of the personal data relating to 27 people was sensitive.
Zoe Fleetwood acted for 14-year-old girl who wanted her body to be preserved after her death.
Ruling in Re JS (Disposal of Body) resolves dispute between parents of dying 14-year-old, judge says.
Volunteer stepped in when legal aid could not be granted to preferred solicitor in care proceedings.